The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge
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The Redefining Disability Awareness Challenge

I got this idea from Marci’s 30 Days of Mental Illness Awareness Challenge.  I was thinking that some of the questions could apply to more than just mental illness, but others might not. So, I recommend checking out Marci’s challenge if you’re interested in mental health awareness  and my questions don’t float your boat.   … Continue reading

Sunday Update: ROW80 and Redefining Disability — 7/13/14
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Sunday Update: ROW80 and Redefining Disability — 7/13/14

  ROW80 I didn’t make any progress on the goals I made out for round three this week. I did write  about 15,000 words of stream of consciousness journaling/notes and another 5000 words or so of new character development to fix the problems I alluded to in Wednesday’s check in on my fiction projects. I’m … Continue reading

Sunday Update: July 6, 2014
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Sunday Update: July 6, 2014

  There’s no ROW 80 check-in this week. The new around begins tomorrow, but I have some update-y things to cover, and I didn’t do one last week. Redefining Disability I made a new intro post for the expanded Redefining Disability Project, since the original intro was specifically for the blog series. If you’re new … Continue reading

Redefining Disability: An Interactive Blogging Project
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Redefining Disability: An Interactive Blogging Project

What is Redefining Disability? Redefining Disability is an interactive blogging project I developed in order to promote better representation for people with disabilities in the media. It began as a 14 post blog series about television and movie characters with disabilities. When that ended, some readers suggested that it would be helpful have posts that … Continue reading